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Welcome to South Today. - so it's goodbye from me -

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Tonight, let us vape alone, e-cigarette users say they shouldn't

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be forced to vape alongside regular smokers.

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Are changes to rubbish dumps leading to more scenes like this?

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The woman who turned her father's war memories

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And from Fred Astaire's showy dance to Star Wars: Rogue one.

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For 80 years the best films have been shown here

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at the ABC cinema in Bournemouth but now the curtain is coming down.

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More than a million people in the UK have completely given up smoking

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because they started using e-cigarettes -

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But it's been revealed that across the South many workers

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who vape say they shouldn't be expected to use

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That's despite Public Health England saying employers should

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"make a clear distinction" between the two.

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But there's also mixed messages about just how beneficial vaping is,

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Phil from Southampton was a smoker for 24 years before he discovered

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Since he made the change he says he feels fitter,

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his sense of smell and taste have returned and he got a surprise

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I said I'd stopped smoking about a year ago,

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he said, you're now a nonsmoker, so since then all my

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have been filled out as a nonsmoker, which is

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brilliant, it saves me a fortune.

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Public Health England estimates that vaping is 95% less

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Last summer it produced a set of guidelines for

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employers which said they should support

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smokers to stop smoking and stay smoke-free

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and make clear the distinction between vaping and smoking.

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But Phil's employer, like most in the South,

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It's classed the same as smoking, so we smoke in the same

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It's the same thing, they don't see any difference between them.

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Ian Green runs the Southampton Vaping Centre.

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He says it isn't right that many of his new customers will

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return to work this week to find a lack of support from their bosses.

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It would be very positive if councils or larger employers could

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work with the vapers and define an area where they can,

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whether it be indoor or outdoor, to allow them to vape

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without actually being next to smokers.

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But not everyone in the medical profession is convinced.

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Last month the chair of the Royal College of GPs

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told The Times newspaper that she believes vaping

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should be banned in all public places and shouldn't be seen

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Vaping certainly is less seriously damaging to health

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than smoking is and there are less toxic chemicals in the vaping liquid

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than in nicotine and tar, but the jury is still out

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There are some chemicals in there and the scientific evidence is

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not clear cut yet, so we cannot say that vaping is safe but it is

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For the time being, anyone trying to make

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an informed decision on vaping may find their judgments being included.

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And anyone who wants advice about stopping smoking can get

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information on the NHS website - that's nhs.co.uk/smokefree.

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It's been a day of mixed news for Southern Rail passengers.

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The morning, it was announced that drivers had cut their planned strike

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next week from six days to three - then they announced further

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Our transport correspondent Paul Clifton is here.

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Aslef has cut next week's strike from six days to three.

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But the union has also announced another three-day

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Next week there will be no Southern trains at all on Tuesday,

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But there will inevitably be widespread disruption

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on the Thursday as well, with trains out of place.

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So the drivers get four days' impact for the price of three.

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The next strike will take the same pattern.

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The result - much more disruption, not less.

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Southern called it a cynical ploy to reduce the impact

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It will run no trains at all on strike days.

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To put that into context, 200 buses would carry around 5%

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Now, since yesterday, drivers are operating the doors

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on seven out of ten Southern trains - the original basis of this strike.

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Aslef boss Mick Whelan said he was taking a longer term

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He said we are a long way from a deal being done.

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Cases of fly-tipping in Reading have gone up by 20% since a new permit

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scheme was introduced for dumping waste.

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Last year, West Berkshire council withdrew funding

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for its tip near Reading - leaving some residents

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travelling up to 20 miles to the nearest council facility.

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Nobody wants to work in a dump but that is

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Reading is being turned into because of fly-tipping.

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We have mattresses, beds, several mattresses.

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People have obviously had a clearout.

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Alison owns the travel agency and is worried this

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We have had settees dumped in the precinct, toilets, bass,

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all sorts of things, you wouldn't believe

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In the latter half of 2014 there were about 1200 reported

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fly-tipping incidents across the borough.

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Last year that had risen to just shy of 1700, an increase of 37%

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It seems there's no real limit as to just what can be dumped

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in and around Reading but no matter what is in each individual fly-tip

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it costs the council ?60.50 on average for each incident.

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That's a total for the year of more than ?100,000.

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I came to the precinct in 1988 and I've been working here since.

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No, in the early days we never had anything like this,

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this is in the last two to three years.

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Many put this increase in dumping down to new

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rules at the town's small recycling plant.

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Last month residents were given a special permit to use it

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but even though they are just a few miles away, tens of thousands living

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over the border in West Berkshire have been shut out

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Our neighbour authorities have not reported any particular increase but

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we knew there was likely to be a spike so it is no surprise has been

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some increase but we built that into our budgeting so we could cope with

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it. The land owners remove all tipped rubbish as soon as it is

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reported but locals here hope the council will not discard their

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concerns. A Hampshire mother accused

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of plotting to topple the Iranian government has had her appeal

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heard in court. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe

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is a British-Iranian charity worker Her husband Richard, whose family

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lives in Fleet in Hampshire, says their daughter Gabriella

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is having to cope without her mum. She is getting older,

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and as she gets older, about when we are going back

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to London and where She talks about prison

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as being mummy's bedroom. She doesn't really

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understand things in the big sense and she's still young enough

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to live in the moment. She is in a place where she's loved

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and she's looked after. A student at Southampton University

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says he fears he may not be able to graduate because of political

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and economic changes The 23-year-old won a scholarship

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to study in the UK. But the government in his home state

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has pulled the programme, Prince Olibari was set a great

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example by his mother. Despite their humble background

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in Nigeria, she got a degree. And when he graduated from school,

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Prince hoped to follow suit after winning a scholarship to study

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in the UK. For people like me that could never

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have dreamt of studying in university, it was a great

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opportunity. But following a change

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in government back home, They don't see value in education,

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they see value in rules. Allow me to finish and bring my knowledge back

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and change my country. The state government says it s

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ending scholarships because of Nigeria is in deep recession -

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many citizens feeling the pinch. Nigeria has been facing a lot of

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economic challenges. State governments are not able to shoulder

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their responsibilities. Prince was told his scholarship

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would continue to be paid as he's in his last year but the government

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agency haven't paid his final I don't know if they will allow me

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to graduate or two to my final exams, they haven't told me, but

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I've pleaded to my faculty to at least think of a way to help me. The

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university has a student support fund which can help those struggling

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with living expenses and on occasion it has allowed students to pay

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tuition fees by instalments, but it will not comment on Prince's case

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specifically, so he remains unclear about what financial help may be

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available from the University. A non-league footballer's been

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sacked by his club for mocking Bournemouth player Harry Arter over

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the death of his baby daughter. Hitchin Town condemned the actions

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of Alfie Barker who made the remarks on Twitter after the Cherries lost

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a three-goal lead against Arsenal. Renee Arter was stillborn

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in December 2015. Stay with us for some wonderful

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archive film of how steam trains changed the character

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of the Isle of Wight. Keggie Carew had never

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written a book before. But she grew up with stories

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of her father's courageous acts during the Second World War

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and was determined to get them on paper before dementia took hold

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of her father's life. So, she wrote Dadland -

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A Journey Into Uncharted Territory. And it's won her the Best Biography

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in the Costa Awards. I went to chat to her at her

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home near Salisbury. As dad slowly leaves us, I try to

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haul him back from the bottom of cardboard boxes and forgotten

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trunks, from letters buried in desks, from books I have not known

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about, from photos I am unfamiliar with, from diaries never meant for

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my eyes. It isn't just that I want to stick together again, this is an

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exorcism and a ghost hunt. Rebuilt him, rebuild me. Why did you embark

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on the story? I knew my dad had done some extraordinary things in the

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war, since we were young we have these Indian newspapers from 1945

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that col Tim Lawrence of Burma and I got into his attic and found two

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huge trunks full of stuff and I sadly realised I had an incredible

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story and everything things kept falling into my lap. Did you learn

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more about your father, would you like, I did not know he was like

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this. There was a lot of wow, I knew he was extraordinary because he was

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unorthodox, rule breaking, charismatic, living with him was

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like being in a game of poker, you never knew where you were. He was

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born in 1919 in the middle of the Irish War of Independence out of

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wedlock, so it started off like that and went on. Tell me about the note

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that kicked it off for you. He came to say and I was going through his

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pockets and he had just started to lose his memory and I found a note

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that said my name is Tom Carew but I have forgotten years. It was moving

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but he was funny, once he had got over the immediate panic, he would

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try to outwit his dementia. My neighbour came round and I overheard

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him say to her, I don't remember you but I do remember your teeth. They

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are very distinctive. So he was a joy. And a nightmare! How much of

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this has been a personal journey? It has been a huge personal journey, I

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am very much in this book and it has been hard because I have two

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revisits a lot of tough family stuff because everything went pear shaped,

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with a man like that it will go her shape. Post-war Britain, there

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wasn't much call for aid agent in Hampshire in 1960 but it didn't stop

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his self belief -- a gorilla agent. This is where you wrote the book.

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This is my ramshackle shed, or my dad's letters and photos and secret

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papers. What is next? I have something in my drawer, loads of

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things in my drawer, more horrible true stories. Which you will not

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share? Not right now click! And you can hear Keggie talking tonight on

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front row at 7:15pm. Do you remember your first

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visit to the cinema? It may well have been

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to an ABC Complex. They were one of the biggest names

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during the post-war heyday of British cinema-going and tonight,

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one of the last remaining It's in Bournemouth and we can join

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Ed Sault who is there ahead What an entrance, there certainly

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has. Welcome to Bournemouth. Who needs Hollywood on a night like

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this, this is where the action is as the ABC cinema closes its doors

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after 80 years. Members of the public got to choose the last film,

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and this is a giveaway, the DeLorean from Back To The Future and the

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cinema, while looking back on its past, is also looking forward to its

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future. It is a Bournemouth icon, a 30s

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landmark but one that is closing down. The ABC cinema first opened in

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1937 and everything from Fred Astaire's dance to Star Wars Rogue

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one has been projected onto its giant screens. This is the

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projection room for them they just screamed, screen one. We have the

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two ages of projection, the old-style 35mm projection and the

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new digital projector. And that is what is used now. One of the

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interesting bits of history by the fire instructions. Instead of using

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the word far, a charrette which used the word sand, like code, and rather

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than a conventional fire alarm, Rule Britannia was played instead. I

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started when ABC was part of the Cannon group and we reverted back to

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ABC, so if you cut me in half I would have ABC and Odeon written

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through me, so to close it is like a story full circle in my career. ABC

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cinemas were well known across the south, as seen here in Portsmouth,

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but Fred Hughes -- for those who work here it is bittersweet. With 80

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years of history, knowing we are the 12 will close it down is sad on our

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part but we are glad knowing we are looking to the future and looking

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around we think it is so different, especially when we moved to the new

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building. Tonight's screening of Back To The Future is the end of an

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era as the curtain comes down on eight decades of history. A

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brand-new theatre opens across the road in February. While there is a

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lot of change on the card, some things aren't changing. I love this

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bit. I will make sure you get some, Sally!

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I know there will not be anything left after you finished that not,

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and Chris Temple either wanted a drum roll or curtains.

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That would be nice, one of those curtains for the sports presenter.

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What happened last night? Are Bournemouth fans upset? I'm sure

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they will be, 3-0 up against Arsenal and then you throw it away,

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Bournemouth fans may have felt they should have been gutted but a large

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number reflected on a night of positives at the vitality stadium,

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which is proving the place to go for Premier League drama.

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Goals, disallowed goals, penalty shouts, a red card

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and a last-ditch equaliser, this had the lot.

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Half of Charlie Daniels' family are Arsenal fans,

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A temporary family split when the left back put Bournemouth

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It's hard to keep the Cherries' pocket rocket Ryan Fraser

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This push on the Scotsman gave Callum Wilson a chance

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2-0, Bournemouth all over the 13-times champions.

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Then came another point for debate, Harry Arter's shot coming

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The referee ruled it out for handball.

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That seemed irrelevant when Fraser belied his stature to thread

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3-0 but not yet won, particularly when Alexis Sanchez

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Difficult to argue with the quality of the Gunners' second,

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The Cherries' quest to hang on wasn't helped by a red card

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for skipper Simon Francis for a lunge on Aaron Ramsey.

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The Cherries have today appealed that decision.

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And with ten men, the resistance buckled as Olivier Giroud glanced

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It's a strange one for us, 3-0 up, to be hoping the game is over

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but you can't underestimate the quality of Arsenal.

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As soon as they got that first goal, the game changed.

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3-1, we didn't see the game out in an effective manner.

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We're here to win and that's why tonight hurts so much.

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And Bournemouth stay ninth in the Premier League.

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Hampshire bowler Reece Topley has suffered another injury setback,

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in his attempts to return to full fitness.

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After spending the whole of last season on the sidelines

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with a recurring back problem, Topley has today undergone

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That will prevent him joining up as planned with the England

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I think it was a case of not responding well to the physio he's

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having and the decision was made to have an operation

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but the encouraging thing that's positive is that it's a short time

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out and he should be raring to go at the start of the season,

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so that's a real positive for Reece and also for us at Hampshire.

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It's back to business this week for the Berkshire-based GB rowing

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squad, who have launched into their Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycle.

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The GB squad were back at Caversham today, before heading off

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for their first training camp of the four-year build-up.

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It's a mixture of seasoned Olympians, and new faces too.

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The big target of 2017 is the World Championships

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They had a longer time after the Olympics to recover,

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four years on, very demanding on the body and to get the wheels

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spinning again is not as easy and if you look now,

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two and a half years' time, we have to qualify for Tokyo,

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That lake looks cold. It's amazing when they say it's not

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a lot of time, you think it is ages but not when you work Groening, it

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goes quick. -- when you are training.

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It's 50 years since the last British Rail steam train ran

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The railways used to crisscross the island, but, today

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there's just one short line from Ryde Pier to Shanklin.

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Now, with archive film you've never seen before,

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our transport correspondent Paul Clifton looks at how the end

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of the steam era changed the island's character.

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The Isle of Wight once had 55 miles of railways.

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This is 1928, when trains linked most towns and villages.

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From the 1950s onwards, the lines gradually closed.

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At the end of 1966, Ventnor died because the line from Ryde

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to Ventnor served the principal holiday resorts on the island,

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Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor - and it took Ventnor about 30 years

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to reinvent itself to become a destination once again.

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Here is the last ever train from Newport, shortly before the tracks

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were taken up. If you look carefully,

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evidence of the old railways A platform that hasn't

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seen trains in decades. Once called Whitwell Station,

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here it is in 1897. And this is a junction of two lines,

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the station building is long gone but the platforms are still

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standing. The island always had old, worn out trains, second-hand

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cast-offs from the mainland, but in the summer holidays they were

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packed. The carriages made of wood are still here, restored on that

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carriage railway. -- the heritage railway.

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After 104 years, the last steam train ran on New Year's Eve, 1966.

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The trains were probably much more busy than an average

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were very much coming for their last trip of an era.

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The final seven miles of railway from right to Shankland were

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electrified, ready for a more cast-offs. This time former London

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underground trails, old even in the 1960s, yet still soldiering on half

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a century later. Certainly the eyes and railways never made any real

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profit and they just closed a year because of their non-viable T. There

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is a future in the sense that I didn't line carriage provides a good

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service to and from the ferries. In reality, the island has

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two heritage railways. Unlikely survivors

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from the island's past. And there are no firm

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plans to update it. And for those of you who'd like a

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bit of steam, you can go to our Facebook page and see that archive

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footage over again. Onto the weather. It was not quite so chilly

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this morning but weather. It was not quite so chilly

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this morning but it will get cold again. Temperatures were above

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freezing this morning but remembered Tuesday, minus six Celsius and it

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will be cold overnight to like, maybe even minus eight Celsius.

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Tonight we expect frosty conditions but let's look at your pictures

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because many have been out despite the cloud cover this morning, a dog

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walker at Waltham St Lawrence in Berkshire, also a cloudy scene with

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some brighter spells at Netflix and a few brighter spells at Hungerford,

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captured by Ken Rayner. The night temperatures will drop like a stone,

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potentially -8 across southern England, elsewhere temperatures

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could drop to -24 minus three. There is a chance where we have crossed on

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the ground that could create slippery conditions and maybe some

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freezing fog first thing tomorrow morning, so it will be a bitterly

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cold start, tomorrow temperatures will struggle to rise. Lots of

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sunshine, barely a cloud in the sky and temperatures could reach five

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Celsius along the south coast that just a high of two Celsius in parts

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of Oxfordshire. A lovely end to the day but we will see increasing cloud

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for western parts, the further east you are, you may see freezing fog

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with temperatures dropping to -3 so Friday will start on a chilly night,

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cloud will increase with a weather front from the North West thinking

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South and East, it could produce some heavy rain from lunchtime

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onwards on Friday afternoon and some milder temperatures, the air behind

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the front will be milder, temperatures up to nine or 10

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Celsius but that rain will clear south and east into Saturday

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morning, so a bitterly cold start to tomorrow, temperatures could start

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off at -8 Celsius, the usual cold spots like Bournemouth Airport,

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Friday quite a cloudy start, some bright spells, temperatures milder

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than tomorrow and staying mild over the weekend, highs of 10 Celsius.

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High pressure will develop over the weekend so we will have fairly

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settled conditions, a chance of drizzle but a good deal of cloud and

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one were too bright and sunny spells. So it will be chilly

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tomorrow morning. We will have more at 10:30pm tonight and then we're

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back tomorrow morning. Have a great evening. Good night.

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as he explores Naples, Venice and Florence.

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It's like we're walking through a giant's armpit.

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We can follow the escape route of Michelangelo.

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Mildred is our first student from a non-witching family.

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